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    Re: He escaped the viv overnight.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    I hot glue fake foliage etc all the time

    As for branches I kinda slightly jam them into position then hot glue in place .



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    How long does the glue take to dry/set or whatever you call it?
    And how long should I keep him out of the enclosure for?


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    Re: He escaped the viv overnight.

    Quote Originally Posted by MuicyJelon View Post
    How long does the glue take to dry/set or whatever you call it?
    And how long should I keep him out of the enclosure for?


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    Takes about 40 seconds




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    Re: He escaped the viv overnight.

    As soon as I read the header line I had to come take a look. My first two bps (ten years ago) were genius at escaping. Luckily enough I managed to get the tank (vent strip at the top back) up against the wall while adding vents at the side of the tank. This managed to stop them both getting out, for some reason they never worked out the side vents. The female managed to find her way out more than my male did at the time. Mad.
    Good luck!

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